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Neuropolitique

Neuropolitique
Author : Timothy Leary
Publisher : New Falcon Publications
Release Date : 1988
Category : Radicalism
Total pages :187
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Neuropolitique

Neuropolitique
Author : Timothy Leary,Robert Anton Wilson,George A. Koopman
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1991
Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
Total pages :187
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The first version of Neuropolitics was written between 1973-1976 when Dr Leary was in prison. Indeed, several chapters were composed during solitary confinement. Dated? Of course not; this is Timothy Leary! Dr Leary explores the role of the dissident/philosopher and offers a multitude of brilliant observations on our past, present and, especially, our future. One of his best. Updated and rewritten.

American Gurus

American Gurus
Author : Arthur Versluis
Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
Release Date : 2014
Category : Religion
Total pages :297
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By the early twenty-first century, a phenomenon that once was inconceivable had become nearly commonplace in American society: the public spiritual teacher who neither belongs to, nor is authorized by a major religious tradition. From the Oprah Winfrey-endorsed Eckhart Tolle to figures like Gangaji and Adhyashanti, there are now countless spiritual teachers who claim and teach variants of instant or immediate enlightenment. American Gurus tells the story of how this phenomenon emerged.Through an examination of the broader literary and religious context of the subject, Arthur Versluis shows that a characteristic feature of the Western esoteric tradition is the claim that every person can achieve "spontaneous, direct, unmediated spiritual insight." This claim was articulated with special clarity by the New England Transcendentalists Bronson Alcott and Ralph Waldo Emerson. Versluis explores Transcendentalism, Walt Whitman, the Beat movement, Timothy Leary, and the New Age movement to shed light on the emergence of the contemporary American guru. This insightful study is the first to show how Asian religions and Western mysticism converged to produce the phenomenon of "spontaneously enlightened" American gurus.

Neuropolitique

Neuropolitique
Author : Timothy Francis Leary
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1987-05-01
Category :
Total pages :180
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Neuropolitics

Neuropolitics
Author : Timothy Leary,Robert Anton Wilson,George A. Koopman
Publisher : Starseed Press
Release Date : 1977
Category : Brain
Total pages :160
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The Wire

The Wire
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1997
Category : Electronic music
Total pages :129
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My life after death

My life after death
Author : Robert Anton Wilson
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1986
Category : Occultism
Total pages :129
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I Have America Surrounded

I Have America Surrounded
Author : John Higgs
Publisher : Barricade Books Incorporated
Release Date : 2006
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Total pages :306
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A portrait of the controversial behavioral psychologist discusses how he was villainized, heralded, and ultimately terminated from Harvard for his experiments with psychedelic drugs; his sensational escape from prison; and his influence on the post-modern twenty-first century world.

Plight of the Cultural Mutant

Plight of the Cultural Mutant
Author : Jack Suss
Publisher : Lulu.com
Release Date : 2017-03-11
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Total pages :178
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The past quarter-century proved to be a particularly rough and rocky road for the cultural mutant. From getting on the wrong end of political correctness at St. John's College, Santa Fe, followed by a confused odyssey as an ESL teacher, a doctoral student, a would-be scholar and poet, pundit and constitutionalist attorney, psychedelic inner space explorer, and blues piano player-and then returning to his boyhood neighborhood only to find it irretrievably morphed and mangled. The confusion experienced during the cultural mutant's long odyssey in the wilderness of not-knowing (precisely) the causes of his malaise, is exhaustively portrayed herein.

Psychosemiotic Cycles and the Liturgical Year

Psychosemiotic Cycles and the Liturgical Year
Author : Andrew Wilson
Publisher : Cuvillier Verlag
Release Date : 2008
Category : Liturgics
Total pages :129
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Techno Rebels

Techno Rebels
Author : Dan Sicko
Publisher : Wayne State University Press
Release Date : 2010
Category : Music
Total pages :163
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An updated, expanded history of techno music with special attention to its roots in Detroit.

Alan Watts–Here and Now

Alan Watts–Here and Now
Author : Peter J. Columbus,Donadrian L. Rice
Publisher : SUNY Press
Release Date : 2012-06-13
Category : Philosophy
Total pages :263
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Considers the contributions and contemporary significance of Alan Watts. Alan Watts—Here and Now explores the intellectual legacy and continuing relevance of a prolific writer and speaker who was a major influence on American culture during the latter half of the twentieth century. A thinker attuned to the spiritual malaise affecting the Western mind, Watts (1915–1973) provided intellectual and spiritual alternatives that helped shape the Beat culture of the 1950s and the counterculture of the 1960s. Well known for introducing Buddhist and Daoist spirituality to a wide Western audience, he also wrote on psychology, mysticism, and psychedelic experience. Many idolized Watts as a guru-mystic, yet he was also dismissed as intellectually shallow and as a mere popularizer of Asian religions (the “Norman Vincent Peale of Zen”). Both critical and appreciative, this edited volume locates Watts at the forefront of major paradigmatic shifts in Western intellectual life. Contributors explore how Watts’s work resonates in present-day scholarship on psychospiritual transformation, Buddhism and psychotherapy, Daoism in the West, phenomenology and hermeneutics, humanistic and transpersonal psychology, mysticism, and ecofeminism, among other areas.

Books in Print

Books in Print
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1998
Category : American literature
Total pages :129
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Groupware in the 21st Century

Groupware in the 21st Century
Author : Peter Lloyd
Publisher : Praeger Publishers
Release Date : 1994
Category : Business & Economics
Total pages :307
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As the 21st century nears, networked computing is becoming the essence of computing itself. Alternative phrases abound--collaborative work, computer supported cooperative work, simultaneous/concurrent engineering, multimedia real-time interactive work--but the neatest, shortest, and simplest catch-all term was coined in 1978: groupware. The two visionaries who coined the term, Peter and Trudy Johnson-Lenz, are among the 42 expert contributors to Groupware in the 21st Century. Other contributors to the volume include Microsoft's Bill Gates, professors Jay Nunamaker and Tom Malone, and management author Robert Heller. As with most technological sea-changes, the groupware revolution is having its impact first on business, where enhanced interaction between an organization's members, strategic allies, suppliers, and customers can help ensure that it remains dynamic and competitive. Anyone who wants to know about the future of information technology and group processes will want to read this book which brings perspective and clarity to these new technologies.

Sound Ideas

Sound Ideas
Author : Brenton Broadstock
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1995
Category : Composers
Total pages :344
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